We’ve spent the last month investigating many angles within virtual reality—from its implications on the web, to how VR can create peak emotional experiences on demand, to discussing whether it...
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As you know, we post a lot of infographics here on the Committed Sardine. They are one of the favorite ways we have today of visualizing information creatively. If you've ever thought of doing your own infographics, then this is the article for you. It's from an article written by Jonha Revesencio for IJustDid.org. In it she profiles 4 great online tools for generating your own infographics.
"Over one billion people around the world now carry in their pocket a powerful and completely mobile computer. This could present a tremendous opportunity for educators and innovators, especially those who are not afraid to step out of their comfort zone and think outside the box."
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